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P+L Systems Joins NPMA

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P+L Systems has a number of fly control products about to launch into North America under the Synergetic fly light brand.

| September 12, 2011

P+L Systems has become the newest NPMA members, joining pest management professionals across North America in the industry’s leading advocacy and support organization.

“P+L Systems has participated in pest management association activities throughout the world and with a new emphasis being placed in North America, this seemed like the perfect time to become a supporting member of NPMA”, said Chris Bowley, P+L Systems’ representative in the US.

P+L Systems has a number of fly control products about to launch into North America under the Synergetic fly light brand, and are building an organization that is focused on providing strong sales and technical support  to the professional pest management industry.

For more information regarding P+L Systems products in the USA, Canada and Caribbean regions contact Chris Bowley toll free at (877) 928 – 2847 or via email at info@pandlsystems.com
 

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